Toy Story 2

Trivia: Directly after Rex lands back in the car in Al's Toy Barn, Tour-Guide-Barbie quotes "remain seated please" then repeats it in Spanish. This is a reference to the safety spiel on the Matterhorn at Disneyland. (In the Spanish version of the movie, she repeats it in French.). (00:45:45)

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Trivia: When Hamm keeps zapping on TV, a shot from Pixar's short Red's Dream is visible on it.

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Trivia: When Hamm starts zapping on TV to find Al's Toys Factory's spot, a shot from Pixar short's Knick Knack is visible in one of the channels.

Trivia: The toy restorer's line "you can't rush art" used to be Pixar's tagline on their website.


Trivia: This film was initially planned to be a direct-to-video release, but because Pixar found the early versions so good, they decided to rework it, improve it, and release it on the big-screen.

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Continuity mistake: Near the end of the movie when the 'false' Buzz Light Year is running along the air conditioning ducts his 'New Utility Belt' disappears then reappears again. (01:01:55)

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Question: When Al is talking to the Japanese man on the phone, he ends the phone call with "Don't touch my mustache." What does he mean by this? Is this a Japanese term that sounds like don't touch my mustache? (Similar to when everybody yells "have a paper bag!" at Harryhausen's in Monster's Inc?)

Answer: "Douitashimashite" is the Japanese word for You're welcome. Phonetically, it sounds like "Don't touch my mustache." It's how we were taught to say it while living in Japan in the military. If you say it fast enough, you can sound like you are pronouncing the word decently enough (although clearly not THAT accurately.)

Shannon Jackson

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